The Roman god Jupiter is the Greek god Zeus. The Roman goddess Venus is the Greek goddess Aphrodite. The Roman god Mars is Ares the Greek god.
Roman gods are the same as Greek gods. The names are changed to fit the Roman language. The Roman god equal to the Greek god of love named Aphrodite is named Venus.
It depends on which Greek/Roman god/goddess.
The Greek Gods and Goddesses have Roman counterparts because when the Roman civilization was formed, they adopted Greece's deities. They simply renamed them and edited them to suit their civilization.
Well here are the 12 olympians, the main ones. there are minor gods also but you will see these most often: Zeus (Jupiter) Hera (Juno) Poseidon (Neptune) Hades (Pluto) Hephestus (Vulcan) Athena (Minerva) Ares (Mars) Aphrodite (Venus) Apollo (Pheobus Apollo) Artemis (Diana) Hermes (Mercury) Hestia (Vesta)
1.Ares 2.Zeus 3.Hera(a goddess)
She did not. Gods are immortal.Another thing: Diana was a Roman goddess, equivalent to Greek Artemis.
Juno was the equivalent of the Greek goddess Hera.
None of the gods in Greek or Roman mythology are really "named" after anything, sometimes their names mean things in Greek or Latin. Venus was the goddess of love and beauty, and the Greek goddess of love and beauty was Aphrodite. The Romans duplicated all the Greek myths, changing the names to Roman ones, so I guess you could say Venus was named after Aphrodite.
the roman gods have different names that's it!